Option to LOCK text in the TEAMS WIKI section
Use of WIKI to share approved or static text with team members - admin role for text management would be a HUGE advantage to enable adoption of TEAMS for corporate use.
Totally agree. The Wiki has a nice layout and easy to navigate, which is why I'd like to use it to post a program resource.... but only a few people should have edit rights.
Vicky B commented
It was our strategic decision to deploy Teams for our organization. Nevertheless, in a company with over 800 employees, mistakes are often easy to happen in an open wiki. Wikis could be extremely helpful but also could be a pain forr the editors. Please consider a feature that could lock wikis' text.
Philip Yandell commented
We would also like to be able to lock a Wiki so that other users can read and click on hyperlinks but not accidentally delete or mess up content that we have carefully created.
Ayrton Sue commented
Yes, I need this feature also for my medium sized business. Having a Wiki inside each team channel makes it perfect for posting guide manuals or processes, however, the ability to change the Wiki is too easy to mess it up. Having the text nominally locked and an edit button would be enough to stop accidental changes to information. Having the ability to see who and when people last changed the info would be nice but not critical to having this Wiki-like tool working within Teams.
Agreed. It is too easy to accidentally edit content and too hard to restore the data to a previous version. Ideally, we could disable editing by default and have an "Edit" button in each section if you want to make changes. Restoring to previous versions would be nice too.